MS Access ODBC connection to SQL 2008 security issues

I copied a table in SQL inphyinv  to zinphyinv and then I ran a query that would allow me to add records to zinphyinv and it worked.   I tried to update one of the fields in zinphyinv and it said the "record set was not updateable".    I tried to update the same record in inphyinv for the same field and I was able to update it.    Why is it stopping me from updating the new field in the new table? It let me add records to zinphyinv.
patrickmillerAsked:
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dr_linuxCommented:
Is your primary key intact on the copied table?
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dr_linuxCommented:
Did you commit/refresh the record set?  Seems like you add then update the same record it doesn't know yet that the row exists.
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Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
Check if there is a bit field set to not null without default value.
If this is the case update the field with default value 0 where is null.
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
If you do have the primary key set on the server table and linked, you may be missing a field in the table of data type Timestamp. This should be linked as well though you will never use it as it is read-only and only for use by the server and the ODBC driver.

/gustav
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patrickmillerAuthor Commented:
I relinked the table and it worked perfectly.   Thanks.
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